Pesticide residues do make it into our foods, and consumers are concerned. Some groups take advantage of this concern. So, what’s true and what isn’t?
The pesticide/autism conclusion that was drawn was much more definitive than the data supports, especially in light of the many assumptions of the study.
Consumers often see organic food as an effective way to reduce their environmental impact, but that doesn’t always play out that way.
The Environmental Working Group is not an expert in science — they are experts in marketing that use fear to influence consumer decisions.
A new USDA and FDA report shows both organic and conventional food is safe and the “Dirty Dozen” list is doing more harm than good.
The goal for pesticide application is simply to buy time so scientists can find a cure for the disease spread by the Asian citrus psyllid.
According to the European Union Food Safety Authority, most uses of neonicotinoids represent a risk to wild bees and honeybees. The report released this week comes out despite strong evidence that shows neonicotinoid pesticides are the least of concern when it comes to saving bees. The Authority has updated its risk assessments of three neonicotinoids […]